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in the morning, america and the afternoon. we have the easiest access to the european markets, the largest gold market on earth. we of some of the best universities in the world, and we have here in london one of the world's leading financial centers. we have architect of a modern commuter -- computer and world wide web. last week the rate of new business creation was faster than any other year in our history. we had a trade surplus for the first time in almost 40 years. with technology invest in the u.k. now at a 10-year high, it is not just the old industries growing again, it is the new. with all this and more, i truly believe in this new century, just as of the sentries that came before, our country, britain, can succeed. let me turn to hal. helping britain's sell abroad is of vital part of the answer. -- let me turn to how. our country will only rise if we let our people rise. if we back aspiration of those that want to get on in life, that means sorting out the welfare system and education, because the most powerful na
have a time zone where you could trade with asia in the could trade with asia in the morning, america and the
america and beyond need to be putting pressure on the israeli prime minister and all those with contact with hamas to d escalate, stop the fighting, stop the bombing and that is what i have done. over the weekend i spoke twice to the israeli prime minister, wants to the president of israel. my friend the foreign secretary is working on this as well to be -- persuade both sides the need a ceasefire and beyond that we need proper discussion about the future of israel and palestine. i agree with the prime minister. he is right to say any cease-fire deal can only be turned into a permanent peace if there are meaningful resumption of negotiations. this week have shown once again there is neither peace nor a peace process. the reality is t international community dumped their responsibility for the abject failure of having meaningful negotiations nine years on from the promise of a road map to peace. what was set out to the past -- beyond the hopes for a cease-fire need to be taken to pressure both sides into meaningful negotiations. >> first of all let me agree that we do need a process to b
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